J S Kennerdel

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The authors describe their microsurgical lateral orbital approach to intraorbital tumors. In seven patients ultrasonic scanning, computerized axial tomography, polytomography, orbital venography, and arteriography have allowed precise intraorbital tumor localization relative to the optic nerve. The authors believe that circumscribed tumors superior,(More)
Orbital lesions are variable in nature and location. Their management can be challenging, and surgical intervention is often needed. Although a significant percentage of these tumors are treated by the ophthalmologist alone, collaboration with a neurosurgeon is often required, especially for tumors that are located deep within the orbit, are large, or have(More)
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